STATE ISSUES


NHLTA Opposes HB 647
HB 647 would authorize private citizen lawsuits against cities and towns. 

Detailed description of this bill and it's affect on library trustees can be found on the NHMA (New Hampshire Municipal Association) website, Legislative Bulletin 04

NHLTA has been notified by the Municipal and County Government Committee that HB 647 has been sent to the Judiciary Committee as of January 24. The hearing is scheduled for Thursday, January 26, 2023 at 2:30 pm.

EMAIL the Judiciary Committee.


READ NHLTA's letter in opposition to this bill.

 

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE 2022

Voted ITL by the committee in executive session on March 9, 2022.

HB 1529-FN (LSR 22-2229)
Requiring prospective employees and volunteers of public libraries to obtain a background check prior to commencing employment or volunteer service.

Thank you NH library advocates for your voices.

 

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE 2019

NH RSA 91-A Section II
"... The names of the members who made or seconded each motion shall be recorded in the minutes..."

Change effective January 1, 2019

 

How To Contact NH Representatives

You can contact representatives by email, fax, phone or letter at the contacts below.

NH State Legislature: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/members/default.aspx
Chris Pappas (1st District) https://pappas.house.gov/contact 
Ann McLane Kuster (2nd District) http://kuster.house.gov/contact
Maggie Hassan https://www.hassan.senate.gov/
Jeanne Shaheen https://www.shaheen.senate.gov/